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Media law

Media creating people are exposed to a variety of legal risks. For one thing, missing or fragmentary contractual agreements bear the risk that intellectual property rights are transferred to their clients in much greater scope than intended by the media person as the originator of the intellectual property. For another, in the event that media persons or companies act as publicists, they need to adhere to quite a few legal provisions, among others, the relevant laws on press and competition law.

We provide the following services in the field of media law:

  • Taking care of and defending all rights of media creating people
  • Drafting and negotiation of intellectual property licensing contracts
  • Drafting and negotiation of marketing and distribution agreements
  • Legal examination of planned publications
  • Out of court negotiation
  • Litigation